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It's funny because its true.

Even though the company website was visible on the bookmarks toolbar, a boss I had wouldn't click the bookmark, or typing in the website address in the address bar, or searching for the site via the search bar, they would type in www.google.com in either the address bar or the search engine bar. Then once at google type in www.companysite.com.

Instead of opening a new tab they would open a new window. Then they would close all windows and relaunch the browser and repeat to get back to the company site.


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Haha...one of my coworkers (older, of course) likes to use the arrow buttons on the scroll bar to scroll up and down a page/list, and they will do it one line/click at a time.

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